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Healthcare Resources in Vermont

At Norwich Public Library we are happy to connect you to healthcare resources in the Upper Valley and elsewhere.

Healthcare Resources

Vermont Health Care Advocate Helpline. The Vermont Health Care Advocate Helpline (1-800-917-7787) is a free resource available to all Vermonters to help solve problems and answer questions related to healthcare.

Vermont 2-1-1. The Vermont 2-1-1 database provides information on health-related agencies in addition to descriptions of programs and services available to Vermonters that are provided by local community groups, social service agencies, and government organizations. The database is compiled by Resource Specialists who gather information from community meetings and by making contact with agencies directly.

Vermont Department of Health and Human Services.

Vermont Health Connect. Vermont Health Connect is the State’s portal for choosing a health plan.

Self Management for Chronic Illness. Programs and workshops for addressing a range of conditions and topics are posted to this site, including Diabetes, Chronic Pain, Tobacco cessation.

Vermont Recovery Network. Vermont Recovery Network provides peer-to-peer recovery services for people recovering from substance abuse.

You First (formerly Ladies First) Program in Vermont. You First offers personalized support to pay for and connect eligible Vermonters to breast, cervical and heart screenings. Members can get access to local gyms, state parks and more.

Federally Qualified Health Centers in Vermont. FWHCs are health practices that offer primary care and preventative services and provide care even if you don’t have health insurance or cannot pay the full cost. Each of these location have a sliding scale payment system which means that cost is based on income.

Free Clinic Programs

Below are a list of independent organizations who look to meet unique needs of communities they serve.

Upper Valley in Vermont

Elsewhere in Vermont